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RED BULL MINI DROME COMING SOON TO NYC


One hundred bicycle speed freaks will initially race against the clock for ten laps around this mini version of a typical velodrome, usually located in arenas or outside and typically cover about 100,000 square feet. The field will get narrowed down to 32, who will race head-to-head in a bracket style competition- a different kind of March madness.

More info at Red Bull USA.

RED BULL RIDE N STYLE


Racers, freestylers, artists and fixed gear riders from all over will be converging at Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco this weekend for the Red Bull Ride N Style event. A bunch of other races and parties will be going on too including a Red Bull Mini-Drome race at Mezzanine which is starting right about NOW. Get your ass over there!

Have fun this weekend, SF!

RED BULL MINI DROME IN GLASGOW


That little Red Bull drome has been traveling around the world throwing bike parties and mini races. Here’s the event they threw in Glasgow recently. When are you guys coming to LA already?

RED BULL MINI DROME - THE EVENT


This is how is all went down at the world’s smallest velodrome in London last week. Fun!
MINI DROME LEAN 

Lots of photos showing up from last weekend’s Red Bull Mini Drome event.  This shot from Philip of The Ride Journal is my favorite.

See more photos at Philip’s Flickr.
MINI DROME LEAN 

Lots of photos showing up from last weekend’s Red Bull Mini Drome event.  This shot from Philip of The Ride Journal is my favorite.

See more photos at Philip’s Flickr.

MINI DROME LEAN


Lots of photos showing up from last weekend’s Red Bull Mini Drome event. This shot from Philip of The Ride Journal is my favorite.

See more photos at Philip’s Flickr.

RED BULL MINI DROME FINAL


From last night in London. So much silly… but so much fun.

Found on c’n’S.

REVOLUTION vs RED BULL



This Saturday, two big track events are happening at the same time in the UK: The Red Bull Mini-Drome and the Revolution season finale at Manchester Velodrome. Of course they’re 200 hundred miles apart so naturally kids in London will go to the Mini-Drome and kids in Manchester will go to the Velodrome.

But how do you decide if you live somewhere in the middle — like Birmingham? Fortunately I broke it down in the chart below to help all the Brummies figure it out for themselves:

REVOLUTIONRED BULL

Manchester — home to The Bee Gees.

London — home to Iron Maiden.

250 meters around.

A little bit shorter.

Competitors known for
racing all over the world.

Competitors you know
from the pub up the street.

Flying 200m World Record: 9.572 s
(roughly 75 km/h).


Predicted speeds: 80 km/h!!!

If there’s a crash,
a collarbone will break.

There will be crashes,
everyone will laugh.

Helmets!

Hipsters!

Dual disc wheels, aero bars
and shoe covers.


650c Aerospokes

Beer.

Beer.


Which event would you choose and why?


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